Monthly Archives: September 2018

Jump Over One Hurdle at a Time

Even the best hurdlers in the world will tell you they only jump over one hurdle at a time. And although there may be several to jump in a race, they focus on that one directly in front of them. This type focus can apply to your advocacy efforts as well. I get it can […]

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Preparing for the Storm

The devastation in North and South Carolina this past week from Hurricane Florence is catastrophic. At the conclusion of this blog are links to donate and help the victims. Our prayers continue to be with them and the brave first responders, utility workers and volunteers helping those in desperate need. Watching the events unfold, and […]

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Remembering the Lives Lost

Today marks seventeen years since the tragedy of September 11, 2001. For those of us old enough to remember, the images and the aftermath will forever be burned in our memory. Most will even remember exactly where we were, what we were  doing and who we were with when the events began to unfold. It all […]

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The Dust Has Settled…

Sort of! For newly elected officials, last Monday saw the end of their hard fought campaigns. Congratulations on your success! For others, the saga continues until November. So what does this mean for advocates? It means you need to think about taking your advocacy efforts up a notch and be prepared to engage the victors (whoever […]

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